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Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant

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Tam-an, Banaue, Ifugao, Banaue, Luzon 3601 Philippines
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#2 of 25 Specialty lodging in Banaue
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Free parking
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istuti wrote a review Feb 2020
Bassin d'Arcachon145 contributions49 helpful votes
I really do not agree with the positive feedbacks which made me decide to stay 3 nights at Banaue Evergreen Hostel. What a bad choice. First I thought it was due to bad circumstances, that the next day will be better, but it got worse. So, if you want to have a bad sleep on a kid's bed in a 8 m² cell like freezing igloo. If you want to rely on earplugs and even though be disturbed from 6:30am until night by noisem from the nearby busy road coming in from trucks, tricycles, jeepneys, cars, bus, lorries, and so on. If you want to smell right in your nostrils the exhaust pipes of the previous, right in the corridors, in the dining room and eventually in your room, due to the tenants weird behaviours to open all doorways and windows from 6:30 am, whether you are sleeping or cannot, whether you tell them not to do so because it is noisy and smelling gasoline or ask them to explain you the secret of enjoying traffic noise and pollution. If you want to be left stranded without any wifi signal while it is clearly meant to be available and that you've also paid for it, that technical options exist apart from a prepaid small pocket WiFi not meant to deal with a full house, especially if you do not load it. If you want to be kicked out of the place at 8:30 am because Evergreen Hostel proudly holds the title of the world earliest checkout time. If you do not want to be considered as a paying guest and enjoy being told : " That's Philippines ", " You have better things to do than going on internet ", " Sleep early then you will wake up early ", " Do you wear a mask against exhaust pipe smoke when walking outside " instead of : " We are sorry. We understand and will find a solution like opening doors later. " If you want to do whatever is possible during daytime to spend as few time as possible in this place because of all of the above, then go to Banaue Evergreen Hostel. Otherwise, don't go there. By the way, I have been travelling around the world and across oceans for the last 35 years. I'm used to uncomfort, crashpads and unusual behaviours, but it was a treat to face such illogical weirdos managers who enjoy welcoming noise and pollution in their homestay all day long, leaving aside their duties to look after their paying guests. I made it clear with them during my stay with no result. I tried to advise them upon leaving with no result. So I do advise all travellers to make sure they know where they are heading.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
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echotraveller548 wrote a review Dec 2019
Manila, Philippines55 contributions6 helpful votes
It was our first night in Banaue and we checked-in in hostel, room price is just ok, rooms and linen are clean, staffs are kind, food is home cooked and great, but the toilets are just common and quite small.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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Deejay C wrote a review Aug 2019
Taguig City, Philippines27 contributions2 helpful votes
We booked this hostel last April. Upon arriving they offered us a tour package. We already haggle for the price since we already have the idea for the price but then the reception and pastor like guy there insisted that the price has gone up and what we have research is not updated. They are not honest and their price is more than tripple of what is suggested by the tourism board. It was a very bad experience. Please book your tour package from the tourism board which is just a walking distance from this area.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Michael K wrote a review Mar 2019
Nuremberg, Germany2 contributions
The Evergreen Hostel was the perfect place for us to discover the Rice Terraces. We took a night bus (ca 9 hours with coda lines) at 9 o`clock (pm) and arrived the next morning at 5 o`clock. A tricycle driver was waiting for us to get us to the Hostel where Mariano and is wife welcomed us and served us Tee and Coffee. We enjoyed it on the balcony with a perfect sunrise. Then it was possible to take a short nap in a unreserved room, because ours was not ready at this early time. Thank you for that offer, because we needed this energy to fullfill a 7 hours hike from 9 o`clock. We booked a guided tour from the Hostel with a young guy called Ezekiel. He and his cousin did a perfect job and explained many things about the Rice Terraces (Batad) and the Philippines. We learned a few words in Tagalog while visiting beautiful spots like a waterfall or a little town. Back in the Hostel we enjoyed delicious food and get in a good conversation with Mariano. The next day the tricycle driver brought us to the top of the Baunaue viewpoint and we walked down the main street while taking pictures of the Baunaue Rice Terraces (around 2 hours). Because our bus was leaving at 1 o`clock (pm) this little tour was perfect for us. After nearly 12 hours from Banaue (because the driver stopped in many cities to drop or get on some locals) we arrived tired but happy back in Manila. To say it short: The Evergreen Hostel is very clean and Mariano and his wife are perfect hosts. The food is great and we ordered really good sandwiches for the long busride. Booking a guided tour at the Hostel with Ezekiel and his cousin was the perfect way for us to discover the Rice Terraces. Thank you!
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Kris A wrote a review Jan 2019
Buenos Aires, Argentina18 contributions2 helpful votes
Very helpful owner / manager, she went out her way to make our trip. Picked up at 4:30am from the night bus from Manila. Hot tea on arrival and allowed to check-in early. Organised two days of tours and transfers. The room was a simple twin with ensuite, good value for money. Bit noisy but still slept well. The food was simple but good. The personal service made the stay.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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PRICE RANGE
US$16 - US$19 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
PhilippinesLuzonCordillera RegionIfugao ProvinceBanaue
NUMBER OF ROOMS
2
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Frequently Asked Questions about Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant
Which popular attractions are close to Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant?
Nearby attractions include Banaue Rice Terraces (2.0 km) and Hapao Rice Terraces (7.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant?
Conveniently located restaurants include Le Bistro, 7th Heaven's Cafe, and Uyami's green View Lodge & Restaurant.
Does Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Banaue Evergreen Hostel And Restaurant?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.